Sases for Sox: Al Weis

Al Weis was a utility player for six seasons for the White Sox, but he is best known for his incredible performance for the Mets in the 1969 World Series. Weis, who had a .553 career OPS, slashed .455/.563/.727 in the Series, with multiple big hits. He had a legit case for World Series MVP, but lost out to Donn Clendenon, who also had a great series.

Send Date: 9/20/21
Receive Date: 9/27/21
Total Days: 7
Items Sent: 4 Cards
Items Received: 4 Cards
Pen Used: Blue Sharpie



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